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Former kennel owner barred from selling dogs due to cruelty

Kathy Bauck's business, Pick of the Litter, was once one of the largest licensed dog breeders in the nation. But after a 2008 investigation into Bauck's operation where they found sick and dying dogs, her facility was closed.
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Kathy Bauck's business, Pick of the Litter, was once one of the largest licensed dog breeders in the nation. But after a 2008 investigation into Bauck's operation where they found sick and dying dogs, her facility was closed.

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